The camp : published in Hutchinson camp (Douglas, Isle of Man : 1940-[1941?])
Summary: "The Camp" was a newsletter produced by the inmates of Hutchinson Internment Camp in Douglas, Isle of Man. Hutchinson was one of several prisons established during World War II on the Isle of Man to intern Britain's enemy aliens. Hutchinson, in particular, was known for its "artistic" inmates, many of whom were well known, such as Kurt Schwitters and Fred Uhlman. (Sources: Chappell, Connery. Island of Barbed Wire. London: Hale, 1984; en.wikipedia.org. "Hutchinson Internment Camp." Web. 29 January 2014.) Includes illustrations, essays and stories by the internees of the Hutchinson Internment Camp (Douglas, Isle of Man). Editor: M. Corvin; administration: W. G. Feuchtwang.
Dates of Publication: No. 1 (September 21, 1940)-[No. 21 (1941)?]